Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the Piano roll, part of Learning FL Studio.
In the previous movie, we added a channel for the 3xOsc instrument, but we solved it…by using the beat buttons.…We can only add a single note, and it sounds like this right now (music playing)…So it's probably safe to say that in most cases, you'll want to have more than a single…tone playing in your pattern.…Let's take a look at how to do this.…They're actually two ways.…The first way is to select the channel you want to edit, just like that, and then opening…the Keyboard Editor.…Now, we looked at this earlier, and what this gives you is a column of keys for each beat in the pattern.…
And you can change the note of the beats just by clicking the ones you want on the keyboard.…So by default, every note on every beat is set to the middle C here.…As we saw earlier, the active notes are in a dark orange, and the inactive notes were…in the light orange.…I'm going to clear them for a moment by right-clicking the beats up in the Sequencer.…I'm just going to right- click and just drag across.…So to add individual notes, I just click the notes that I want to play (music playing)…
- Creating a new FL Studio project
- Using the Piano roll
- Creating a beat
- Recording and editing a MIDI track
- Combining patterns
- Editing audio clips
- Routing and recording with the Mixer
- Inserting plugins
- Adding compression, EQ, and delay
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: EQ and Filterswith Brian Lee White2h 28m Appropriate for all
1. Understanding the Interface
2. The Step Sequencer
3. Using the Playlist
4. Using the Mixer
5. Common and Useful Effects and Plugins
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